Accessibility Validator

Posted on 2008-10-18
Last Modified: 2013-12-17

Can anyone personally recommend a good, cheap or free validator which will check a site for accessibility compliance?

I've been looking at IBM's tool:  IBM Rational Policy Tester Accessibility Edition, it looks really good, but it's almost £2000!

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Hi Sunnycoder

Thanks for that.  Yes I have looked at that list however it's quite long!  I was hoping somebody could point me in the direction of something they've used successfully (and cheaply).

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I havent used any of them myself but you can narrow down the list substantially by filtering out the tools that do not match your requirements

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